Tuesday, December 22, 2009

SF Scope Interview With - James Enge

"I'm glad you like him. Morlock snuck into a long and hopelessly stupid multistage novel that I was writing thirty or so years ago. Everything else in those books eventually went into the ever-hungry maw of the writer's best friend, but I kept returning to Morlock and messing about with his biography and his world. In some ways, he's depressing, I guess: he's a drunk who's trying to keep from drinking; he's faced a lot of frustrations and personal disasters. But he enjoys exercising his considerable talents, and once he decides to do something he never gives up."

4.5 out of 5


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